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At that time, Austin, by then the republic's secretary of state, sent Wharton a package of credentials and official papers. " By the way, you have noticed that everyone mentioned here has a Texas county named in his honor. Perhaps a county should have been named too for Louis Wiltz Kemp, a businessman who Page 10 became a Texas historical sleuth. Kemp ultimately qualified for an honored grave in the Texas State Cemetery in Austin. Kemp tried to unravel the mystery of the missing document. He correctly figured the original Declaration of Independence was presented to Washington officials by Wharton.
If that should happen and if the Texas army isn't driven into the sea and if the Supreme Arbiter smiles on this new Republic, Houston may even Page 9 have an outside chance. He may catch that Napoleonic egomaniac napping. Part Two: Where Did the Declaration Go? Somehow the Texans won the war. Then somehow they lost their Declaration of Independence. It was missing in action for about 60 years. Historians knew the document was approved on March 2, 1836, and signed the following day at Washington-on-the-Brazos (Washington County).
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A Month of Sundays by Kent Biffle